George Graham and the buyers

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Ben Thomas Sebastian Holme

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Hi everyone,
In Alan Hustak's book "Titanic-the Canadian story" it mentions that George Edward Graham dined with some other "buyers" or "salesmen" and signed the menu as a souvenir.
Graham's ET biography confirms this.
Do these buyers refer to the McGough, Flynn, Calderhead, Silverthorne bunch or do they mean Timothy J. McCarthy and Herbert Henry Hilliard?
The biography simply says that he was "travelling with a group of salesmen". I think thse were the only "groups" of salesmen, unless they mean Clifford, Porter and Maguire, which is unlikely. Could someone help me out?
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Mike Poirier

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There is a surviving menu from the 14th. It was signed by Graham, McGough, Silverthorne, Calderhead and Flynn
 
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